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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

THE FATAL THIRTEEN. A Story. Whlrli Mnjr Not Tto Trm, Tlinl Will Ilx Fnort for the Knpcrntltlmn. Thirteen motiibiis iC tlio Fpvnrid Flshtiirt club of l!nir;!n (l"fl"d tlm "11 superstition ono sultry day l.irt Aiijju.st, enilmrkeil in a yncht I-.uIhiikIiih l ono of tbo party mid mnrln n flny of it down tlie river. Tliey visiteil mime of tlio filensnro resorts on (iriind islmnl, nto n line lunch, drunk inue.li beer mid ro tllVIH'd trt tllil ritV i'.i"Ut 10 u'rli-e'i i;i thfl PVoninR. As evidence of v.hnt thry hnl dono thoys-.tt lefnro a plintn;:rniilier nt Hour Spring Orovu imd.hml i;rni:;i picture Hindi'. Tim phitiKr:MH'r win iv ilerert tn strike oiT 111 Mpies, oiki fnvrnr'i member, nnd then vtroy tlio nnj;nHvi'. Tlio Sprudcls is n fjreat sncliil-polill-cnlorganir.ntiouof DufTuto. It limrwir ly 1,000 members. Last winter It enred tlie big Broadway nrscnnl mi l gave ball for chnrity, which tvns r.t tended by 10,000 people. Tlio 13 men who imulo tlio trip wcra nil comparatively ynuiiii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

Wm VOLUMK 1. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 181)5. NUMBER i. THE MERCHANTS LAUGHTER. Her fnthcr won n it-.it limit 1ld Who o'er tho wild lliaruynn wntor Btlll brought bnrk tho rixkI rwt Kold To richly dowiT hln only dniiKhtvr. Radiant ho ns rnno on tivo; But, though full mnny a gnllitnt sought Wr, Ho, no, not on nil their woe Frowned back tho mcrchnnt'a dnughtcr. Cntll, effulgent from tho fish Thnt iihook tho shore from Frnnca to Flanders, Shone npon hrr patriot night The klngltrt of our son oommandors, Lookrd hpr through, and from her view Vantnhed smiling, on tho morrow. Aht but ahe her laughing glee Forsook for sighing sorrow. "Fair blows the wind; tho skies are blue. Wilt sail with me, my winsome dangh tor" 'That will II Dear friends, adlenl" And o'or the wave her sire has canght hor. Southward far, by sun and star. His good ship fleets the ocean over, When, slack I acroHS her track There strikes a Bale rover. Bnt as the pirate pressed them sore, And deck and hold ran ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

U. P. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 37TH SESSION. . Seme of the Prominent Member! of the Assembly. The thirty-seventh General Assembly of tlio Vnitcd rreabyterlnn church met In the Sixth church, North Highland avenue, ritts burg, Wednesday evonlng. There was a large attendance ot delegate. Every pos llble proparntlon for the entertnlnment of the delegates was completed tarly In the week snd the t'nlted Presbyterians of the city are ready to renp so mo enjoyment from the meet ing. An Immense audience was present at the Opening exercises. Promptly at tho hour appointed the Ravel of tbe moderator fell and the house was In order. The opening sermon was delivered by Prof. John A. Wilson, 1). 1)., the retiring moilerntor. Dr. Wilson took his tent from Solomon' long, vlll.liS, "Who Is this that oometh up from the wlderness leaning upon the arm of nor beloved?'' His subject was "Ihe Church and her lleloved," He said: Ihle Is but oar thirty-seventh General as sembly. Vet bow grent Is tho progress of tha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

ILVTS AIM HAIR. ALMOST A HKVOLfTlOX 1 KAMI ION A lll.K SI It.LIX KKY. Donnots llnvn fttirunlc to Xonrly Nothing lllark llatsln Style l our Distinct Styles In Iliilrdrcsslnj. THE headgear of the fashion-. nWe fnir, says the Ledger, fit just At the present moment i, occupying more nttontion than almost but department of ilress. While ft few of the conservative stylos have boon retained with modifications, there in almost n revolution iu general rondels. The bonnet hns been shrinkinp; un til thero is little of it left. Koine of tho new chip bonnets nro scarcely larger than one's linml. These nre imrrow from front to back, nnd long from side to Mile, some of them being pointed nml extending almost to tho curs. They nre si t well back on the head, nml nre covered with masses of flowers, foliage, crimpo.l lisse, liino trimmings of various sorts, ribbon bows. Biurets or ostrich-plumes. Bonnets with projecting sections nt tho sides have n thick bund of leaves over the front nml buck, nnd nt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

Suhneripthm tl.oO j r V(i in ailranit. f. A. NTKlMKnOa Kdllnr nnd lnb. VV KI)'XKS0A Y. MAY 2!), lii,V Anlnli'i'l,t liN'iil)n'r.t)iililllnMl every Wi'.liii Miiiv ill HeynnliUvllle, .JitlViim i. Til., ill vnt'"1 In the liitoronsiif KeyniilcNvMIe nml .li i'cr.ii urn v. Niiii-imiIIiIi'iiI. will tri'iit nil wlih fiili ni'iK. nml will ln-ftpiM'tnlly frleml ly townriN the liitmrlnK rlnsn. ,SnliiTlitlim price I.MpiTjrctir. In ndvnnro. iiimmiiiili'nllon Inlnnilen for niihllrntlnn must 1)0 iiivomimnliMl ly tho writer' mime, not fur imlilli'iilliin, hut, n n itiinrnnteo tf Hiiort fiil'li. lntcii'Mlii news Itemn Hill'lti'l. Advert Nlwf rutin mniln known on iippllon tlnn nt the ntrli-c In ArnnlilV lllnek. I.entthty communications nml Hniino of nilvi'iili;nirnt nhoulil reach thl offlro ly Woniliiy noon. Ai1ilii"w nil cmtimnnleiitlons toC. A. Steph enson, Hevnnldvlllt I'n. Kntrroil nt the nuMotflVn nt Hcynoldsvllle, Pn., mmmiiiI cln mull mnttir. Secretary of State Gresham died In Washington, D. C,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

g:itc it Stat. Subtcriptmn $l.fiO per yntr, in nilmmce. V, A. n th.V III: HI, Hilltor mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2!. 1 !'. (if rawrttr' OTnl. Pn-wciiin'r trtilns nrrlvo nnrt leave Kejrn oldsvllle 11 follow: AUnhrny Vitltnj linihray. Enstwu'ril. Westward. VralnB, - - B M a. m.lTrnln B, -7n. m. f mln I, - - l.wip. m. Train 2, -142p.nl. Train 3 B.IW p. m.lTniln 10, - B.4S p. ni. NRTmif.iwvii.i.it MMr-nrrifW. Mulls nrrlvo anil leave the post-office as follOWH! Arrive. ni'pnrt. mod Tim wkst. roa thm rapt. 1.1A p. m. - - ?.no p. m. 112.30 p. m - - .30p. m. FIIOH THK BAST. riB TUB WKST. 8.00 n. in. - - J.oo p. ni.l'.llt a. ni. - - MB p. m. Arrives from Katlimnl and Present! vllle ll.:n. ni. Arrlvi-s from I'nnlr Tuesdays, ThurdnTS hikI Piitiirdny m p. ni. Di'imrt for Prescottvllln, Knthmnl, panic 8 p. ni. (Mllen hoii n 7.00 n. m. to.00p. m. Money order oftlri on-n from 7.00n. m. Ii 7.:up. in. Ki-Kister ollli u open from 7.00 n. in. to H.oo p. m. l-emil IIciIIiIiit from 7.oo tn.no fi. m. mid fr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

A Buffalo, N. Y., jitdgo tin dn- J dod that within tho meaning of tho ri law horses nro employes. Cotton li 11 1 In and meal, it in claimed ly Southern cattlemen, ni a inoro economical (ooil tliitu tho grains foil iu tho Wont. Arizona linn a greater number of varieties of forest trees than any of tho other states or territories of equal aron went of tlio Mississippi. Tho Intent anthropological statistics provo tlmt in America tho daily, monthly nml yearly number of birth exceed tho deaths in tho nil to of tlirco to ono. One of tin) Hungarian town linn succeeded so well with its experiment of employing women an letter-carriers thnt n number of others linvc deter mined to follow suit. Tho occupation of Korea by Japan in nlri'ii.ly beginning to chaugo tho country. An elect ria riiilwny lins been plnnneil from tho capital to tho Ifnn River, which lien three miles away. Certain scientists my tlmt Mum is like Holland. Its inhabitants nppenr to hnvo drained tho whole of its sur fnoo ns n m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

9s Your Blood Pure It It Is. you will be strong, vlfforons, full of life and ambitions you will hare a rooiI appetlts and good dlestlon( strong naryes, sweet Bleep, Tin hn few enn sav that Ihelr Mood Is nirot How many people are snfferlnn dally 'mm the ennaemienoes of Immtr lilonil. sornf- ula, salt rhenm, rhmimntlsin, catarrh, norv ousnoM, slenijlessnpss ami That Tired Feeling. Hood's flarsaparttla purifies, itll7.ea and enriches the blood. Thorofore, It Is the med lolne for you, It will (rive you pure, rich, red blood and strong nerves. It will overcome That Tired Feellns:, ereata Ml appetite, give refreshing sloop ana make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Tromlnently In the pnbllo eye today. Usvnrl'a Dllle Ihasft-r-dlnnarpHI ami nOOU 8 rlllB famllr cathartic. KrU : - - - Te Clean the fayatrm Effectually yet gently, when costive or billons, or when the blond Is Impure or sliiKgtih.to per manently cure habitual constipation, to awak tn the kidney and ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 May 1895

P1UTII OF LINCOLN. UOAH BROOKS' RECOLLECTIONS OF THE GREAT TRAGEDY. The rrMlttrnt Kid Not Wan ! to the Thratrr, tint WM Nn niuppnlnt the Publlo A Burrowing Protils tndor a Wevplng hr That April Morning;. Tlio nftprnoon tivA of A;".!t 14, 1808, wens cold, raw nnd RiiRty. Dark clouds mivoIiiixmI tlio rnpitnl, mill the air wiischilly, with on-nHluiml show rs. Luto In tlio nftornmm Iflllnl nn up pointniPiit liycnllinn on tlio prcnldi'nt at the White llonw, unil m told Vy him thnt ho "hud hnd n notion" f ponding for mo to (W to the tlirntrr thnt wit litis; with him end Mm. Lincoln, hnt ho mill ed thnt Mrs. Lincoln hnd nlrcndy mndo np n pnrty to tako tlio plnce of (Jcticrnl ond Mm. Grnnt, who hnd oonicwhnt nn expootedly left the city for RnrHtiirtnn, N. J. The pnrty wn oriffinnlly plnnncd for the pnrpoo of tnkittu; Goiiornl nnd Mm. Grunt to nco "Our Amcricnn Cons 1n" nt Ford's thontcr, nnd when Grnnt hnd decided to lenve Washington ho (tlio president) hnd "felt inclined to givo tip the wh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

fije V01 ATM K I. KEYNOLDSVIIiLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, NU3II5EK 5. A SINFUL WASTE. Good rood Allowed to Pnny n f'rntnra .if Amrrlrnn Ifmnrlinlrtw. Thoro arc fo.v households in the. land lint linvo a periodical reerndi ."cciicc of economy in the matter of fl niii'iily. A bitf grocer's or bud her's liill imme diately pnggcstH that there should 1m Homo economy pinriiccd "somewhere. " Tlio present m 'ivity In tho field of dietetics Mliimld spread valuable knowl edge int every kitchen. It. in already showing l'iii li(fl in the matter cif nutri tions fiMl vcrsin medicine. Housewives lo not always realize tliat they liavo a prominent pint to play in this grave ipicst ion of the day, tho "dis posal of garbage. " Tliat responsibility lies v itliin tho domestic threshold, and to consign tho collcvtion of waste to tho Scavenger is not tho lim't of hrr power nor tl self satisfying conclusion. What she consigns docs not concern her, and this "beto noir" found in every part of tho land, a ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

OHIO REPUBLICAN TICKET. BUSHNELL CHOSEN. The Springfield man Chosen on the Slsth Ballot Tho Republican Mate convention (nil ed to order nt Zaneaville, O , Tuesday, promptly fit 4 o'clock, p. m., by Col. Joseph C. Honner, chairman ot the state committee. A half hour previous the hnll win picked to It lull capacity of 5,000, find a large number Wat unnble to gain admittance. Senator Hherman was Riven n Hiring ova tlon when be n escorted Into the hall by Congressman Van Voorhls nod Judge j ranger. Fx-Secretary Foster, members of oongres, several candidates, and others were cheered as they entered, to that Chairman ltnnner bad to rap hard for order previous to the prayer of Hev. Hamuel o. Addison, of Tole do. On the plntform were Judges West, Lawrence, Ilaldwin, and a large number of leading Republicans. W hen Judge West, who was the Republican candidate for governor in 17, was being es corted to the platform, Henalor Hherman came down to greet him, and the scene oc casioned a marked de...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

SHIRT WAISTS. . "A TIIISCJ OK IlKAUTY ASD A JOY 1'ORhVEH." lew anrl rrctty Forms of the Shirt Waist Sleeveless Kton Jackets Are ICIanorntely Decorated Now form or Bonnet. SHIRT WAtSTH, like Bnnqno's ghost, will not "down i" they are too much of a Joy forever, and may ho oasilv made a thing of bennty. In its newest and prettiest form, says the New York Re corder, it is made of swiveled ailk, which is well known to be a combina tion of silk and cotton, which goes through the laundry in a most satis factory manner. There is one partic ular shade which is very attractive, and may be described as raspberry, with tiny seed Inures all over its snr face in white. This is made np into a short waist with a box-plaited front and yoke back, full sleeves gathered Into stiffened cuffs, and is belted be neath the skirt. The colors of the shirt waists as they are displayed on the counters suggest an old-fnstiionod garden, with their marigold and primrose yellows, carnation pinks, pea-pod greens, li...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

tilth.-inn !..; )irr iior, in ((I'tnirr. '. A. NTrKI'lll-AMU, IsilHitr iilul l'uh V KPXKSIIAV. ,11'NH p. M!i,-,, An Imli'pi'niliMit lix-nl iiuis-r. iiiMI-.it'tl i-vn-y Vtil-n-il;iV III Hi'ViiiiIiImHIIi'. .Ii'IIi'Imiii lit. I'll., tlt-mli-il In I tie liili'i-i'.lnif Krynuliltvlllf nml .liMTriwniti'iiiotty. Niiii-Hilltliiil. will lit-iit nil wii li fiili'iu-is, ii nil will lM'tpri'tally frti'iiil ly Inwitril. I hi' liilmrinif rlit... HiilixTlptliin irlr'l.nn'r vi'nr,ln mlvmifo. 'nnimiliilrilliin liilriiili'il for piililli'iitluil miit lw n.'i'inniiunli'il by tin- wrlti'r's minii. mil fur nnlilli'iillim, lint n n uiiiirniili'ii of Kinxl fnlln. Inti'ivllnn ni-tv. tl stilliitt-il. Ailvi-HMtitr rules ninili- known tin itpplli'ii tlon nl I In1 nllli-i- In Arnolilt' HltM-k. li'inrlitv I'oinmnnliMitloiK mill i-hnitirtt of nilvt-iiln-mi-tils sliitulil n-w-li till" tirltre Iiy Mnniliiv noun. Aililri" nil imtniinh-nthins Ml'. A.Ntt'pn ensim. Ui'VimM-Hlle. I'ii. KiiIim'i-iI tit tin' ixMotnVp nl ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

Star. .Nti'wri'pfoii tl.'iO )ur i'dr, in Mifwiiirr. . A. s I i':rm;. i-;inr hihI iuh. v i -.i ) n i:si , v . .1 u x k ; i m. Piiciurrr irnlns arrive mid leave Itcyn olrisVllh' IIS follows: AUrihrnu Vdllni nilirtni. Knstwiirri. Westward. Truth II, - - till i. ni.lTrnln H, - ". . m. Trnln I, - l.m i. in. Train 2,- 1.42 p.m. Triiln :i p. ni.lTrnln H, - - H.4H p. in. llKVSlll.llSVIII.lt wnT-prricn. Mull- arrive ami Icavo the Hsl-(ifllic ns follows: Arrlvi'. Pi-purl. rnoM tiik r.T. nm tii mft. l.lAp. in. - - .( p. ill.!!'-.:) p. in - H.'.Mp. in. rilOM TIIKRWT. Kllll TIIK KST. f (Kin. in. - . 'Mm p. ni.lM.1 ii. in. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrives fiiim Itiithniel and I'lvscnttvllle 11.:iii. in. Arrive from I'linlr TiipmIiijth, Tliurilays ntid Hiiiiinjtivs nt 'i.:m p. in. Pi'imitH for l'ri'si-otlvllle, Hiithinrl, I'niilc 3.' i. ni. iillli'c hour 7. on n. in. MH.im p. in. .Mniii-y oi-ilcr nllicc upcn finni T.Kifi. in. In T.Itep. in. Ki-jiNIci- ntllrc open from 7."0 u. in. tn s.im p. tn. Li-mil llii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

Iu Fjrnuco tho average of offspring to each fmnitjr in 2.13, tlio smallest avorngo of nny country In Europe. Tbo thousntid-milo ship cannt bo twood tbo Baltic nnd Black Bens will bo completed in five years nud will 00Ht 0100,000,000. Geographers have mndo a careful estitniito of tbo population of Africa and place tbe totnl fit 103,053,000, which is 42,240,000 more tbrin tbo ag gregate population of North and South America. Europe nnd Africa combined Lave a pojxilntion of 521,332,000 though thoir nren in not greater thuu that of all America, Pittsburg is thoroughly in earnest about its Htiip cntinl front tho Ohio River to Lnke Erie, and lias placed three partite of cugi ueers in the Hold to decide on tho route, declares tho Chicigo-Timcs Hirnld. It is ad mitted that the canal will benefit oth er lake and river cities also, but 1'itts. burg takes the broad view that what help other cities will help it even more as ono of the terminal points. It seems Btraugo to tho San Fran cisco Cbro...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

A DotVctlvc HnrM, 'Mister," unlil ft lirlglit liny, on ths trppt to ft rw.sslnft' Rontlenmn, "will you pli-nspcliaiiKP Imlf a dollar for me?" "Horry 1 cnn't, Jolmny," rMllp1 tin mnn, "but I linvrn't much change about me." "How Old yon know thnt my nnme wits Johnnie?" nuked tlio boy, apparent ly In surprise. "oh, I rupskpiI It!" replied the mnn, with nn nlr which Indlcitted tlint It wns nn pnsy mutter for lilm to rucks the name of any person he nilKht clinncs to meet. "Then yon Ruensed wronn," added ths hoy, as he Ix'Knn to move away. "My name's Tommy." Revenue: Dp Hnnn 1 don't think the Gnmbys liked thnt rhnfliif? dish we gave them for a wedding present. Mm. le Bann Why not? Ie Mntin I met Gumhy to-day, and he Invited tin around to ent something they are go ing to cook In It. Brooklyn Life. Ton Tton't r?ae to Swear OfT, Bays the St. Louis Journal of Agrirulturr In an editorial about Ko-To-Kao, the famous to baeeo bahlt cure. "We know ot many ensei eured by No-To-Ran, one, a prominen...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 June 1895

! i i'Hnl Roller. N'o mi'dli'liir wii8 vvi'f (,'lvftl mii'h a ki'Vciv trM, of Its iMinitlvc iiunlltii-M nw Otto's ('tir Wo nni tliHli iliiUintr kuii Jili' ImiHIim fivt of clmijro to tlinsi- nlllll'tl'll Wit ll Ollftlllipt ion, :H1 lllllil, omilm, uiiIiIm, itiiMiiiiniiiii, oriiiip iitul nil ilium! of tin' tlirimt nnd luni.', Rlvlnir you tliu inMif Unit Otto's ("urn will imiiv yon. Don't il"lnv, lint ifot n hot tic of us to-ilny nml cotnmi'in'O Mm we of till irn'nt (ruui-miti'id ivinoily. Hold liy V. R Ali'xiunli'r, nolo ngi-nt. S:imnl' fitn. t .? HMli ."I'c. Don't foifi't to cull on I'M. CnoiVr wlii'n your wutrli out of ordi'V, n lio nlvi'x jmi li t out inflict Ion nml wnrruptM nil win k. ilitilvmtti T ttiic iTiU'U. iv I'l'i.i ; ma v I'1. lvi. riiihiiii'Miiiin Ki if i: iiii Tilll''. I"i ji in- li'iiM- li' if v nl lH M.m Timi' ll. fl:' it in Ti.'iin -v i:'y i r.M mum! iv unhni I l:i il In ( 1 1 1 " I 'lOfi i ni'i I 1 1- -t :i 1 11.11-. mi ri In; nl I lilliiilililil.'i ii:.l p.m., Nrw ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 June 1895

Wm VOLUME 4. KEYNOI-DSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 185)5. NUMDEK 0. BOONE AND THE INDIANS. th Old Kentnrkr Ilnntrr Was a Frlsimer la Their Hands For Months. Boone frequently took to the field on net expeditions against the savages. Once vhen he end a party of other men wore making; salt nt a lick, they were surprised and carried off by the Indian. The old hunter wan a prisoner with them for some months, but finally made his eacape and came home through the track leas woods as straight as the wild pigeon fllen. He was ever on the watch to ward off the Indian inroads and to follow the war parties and try to rescue the pris oners. Once his own daughter and two other girls who were with her were carried off by a band of Indiana. Boone oollocted some friends and followed them steadily for two days and a night Then they came to where the Indiana hnd killed a buffalo calf and were camped. Firing from a little distance, thoy shot two In dians, and rushing in rescued the girls. On ano...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 June 1895

CABINET APPOINTMENTS. OLNEY SECRETARY OF STATE - - That wa a Expected but Hia Successor Caused Astonishment. The place left vacant at the President's enblnet by the death o( Judge Oersham was tilled by the transfer of Attorney General Olney to the socrotnryshly of state, while Judge Judson Hnrraon, ol Clm-limnd wn se lected by the president to succeed Mr. Onley as head ol the department n( Jtistlee. The latter nppolntment came a a completo sur prise to everyono hern, and It Is believed thnt the attorney-gcneralsnlp was tendered to Judge Harmon, only tuiit day. The selection nt the Cincinnati man Is gen erally attributed to the inlluence ol Hocretary Carlisle, of whom the new attorney-general Is an old friend and associate. It shows once more the reliance with which the president places In the Judgment of his secretary of the treasury. It Is believed that the atterney-generalship was Urst offered to two or threo eminent New York lawyers, who did not care to re linquish their vastly r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 June 1895

FASHION'S REALM. Tim mcwkst rAnr.s ix WO MAN'S WKAIi Valenciennes 11m l- ' re of the Moment -Startling Nov elties In Cylltitf Dress A Illui k Chip Hut. , OR a littla while yon can nso Valenciennes, says a N'ew York fashion letter to tho Chicago Kccord. It is the fashionable lace at tho moment, but it ix no cheap that nothing is morn certain than thnt it won't bo tho fiwhioti very long; While tho fancy liiKt-", however, it is lavished npon everything unsparingly. Tbe summer blou-e in nil valeucie nucs. I was looking yesterday nt a white taffeta waist thnt belong in the trous seau ol a Juno bride. The buck of it im plain, but tho front was laid iu tiny tuck, between which wero sot rows of narrow insertion, edged with Valenciennes thnt stood out iu frills. The big sleeves were tucked and Iaco garnished in the same fashiou, and there was a white silk collur all s-tiut-tor with lace rufllinps. A white lnwn dress is another sum mery example. It has a skirt eight yards ronnd, with three ln...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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